Money market funds (MMFs), one of the most commonly used corporate investment vehicles globally, can now be more effectively researched, traded and managed alongside an array of cash and risk activities and instruments with the straight-through processing (STP) capabilities made possible through a new partnership between Reval and Institutional Cash Distributors (ICD).
“We are committed to providing the best user experience for our clients, who want to spend more time as valuable business partners and less time worrying about the tools or data they will need to do their jobs,” said James Gilbert, vice president of strategic alliances at Reval, a provider of a comprehensive and integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for treasury and risk management (TRM). ICD is now part of Reval’s STP community of software and service providers, whose third-party technologies are integrated with Reval’s core SaaS solution.
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